May 02, 2016




  • Could Indoor Tanning Be Healthy?

    Could Indoor Tanning Be Healthy?

    by Berkeley Wellness

    Millions of Americans use tanning beds or sunlamps to maintain a year-round glow—or to get more vitamin D, which is produced when the skin is exposed to ultraviolet (UV) radiation, as from sunlight. Could tanning this way actually be healthy?

  • Dilled Potato-Leek Soup

    Dilled Potato-Leek Soup

    by Berkeley Wellness

    Leeks are commonly used in other parts of the world but for some reason have never become popular in the U.S., where they usually languish in the supermarket produce section. They deserve better than that, and here is a good leek recipe to start with.

  • Cherry-Plum Compote

    Cherry-Plum Compote

    by Berkeley Wellness

    Dried fruit compotes make quick, simple fruit desserts. You can eat them warm or chilled, by themselves or with yogurt or frozen yogurt—or even as a substitute for jam on toast or pancakes.